Bram Stoker Award® Finalist Frazer Lee’s first novel ‘The Lamplighters’ is published by Samhain Horror, along with ‘The Lucifer Glass’ and ‘The Jack in the Green’. His short stories have appeared in anthologies including the acclaimed Read By Dawn series.

Also a screenwriter and filmmaker, Frazer’s screen credits include the award-winning short horror movies ‘On Edge’, ‘Red Lines’, ‘Simone’, and the critically acclaimed horror/thriller feature film (and movie novelization) ‘Panic Button’.

Frazer resides with his family in leafy Buckinghamshire, England. When he’s not getting lost in a forest he is working on new fiction and film projects.


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The Leper Window
Novella, Samhain Horror – ebook Oct 2015.

The Skintaker
Novel, Samhain Horror – ebook / paperback Apr 2015.

The Jack in the Green
Novel, Samhain Horror – ebook / paperback Oct 2013.

The Lucifer Glass
Novella, Samhain Horror – ebook June 2013.


The Lamplighters
Novel, Samhain Horror – ebook Nov 2011, paperback Feb 2012.
Bram Stoker Award™ Finalist – Superior Achievement in a First Novel

Panic Button
Movie novelization, All2gethr Industries – paperback Nov 2011, ebook Feb 2012
The #1 Amazon Horror/Thriller

Short Stories:

So Much to See
Short story, to be published in When Darkness Calls, Screaming Spires Publishing 2014.

Ill Met By Moonlight
Chapbook, paperback, GhostWriter 2009.

Urbane and Other Horror Tales
Collection, paperback, 2009.

Short story. Published in Read By Dawn Vol. 3, paperback, Bloody Books 2008.

Short story. Published in Read By Dawn Vol. 2, paperback, Bloody Books 2007.

Conspiracy of Silence
Short story. Published in Nocturne 5, paperback, Calvin House 2006.

Short story. Published in Lunar Harvest, paperback, Calvin House 2005.

Pendragon Rising
Short story. Published in Maelstrom, paperback, Calvin House 2004.
Runner up – Geoffrey Ashe Prize, Library of Avalon, Glastonbury.

Ill Met By Moonlight Short story. Published in Lighthouse
Magazine Issue 2, Dec 2003.

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